Today on That Tech Pod, Laura, Gabi, and Kevin talk to Phil Shellhaas, Executive Vice President of eDiscovery Services. Phil brings two decades of litigation support experience to his leadership role at Trustpoint.One. Most recently he served as Senior Director of Legal Services for Trustpoint’s Electronic Discovery Services organization, where he strategically advised some of the world’s largest corporations about data reduction optimization. During his career, Phil has held several organizational roles, with specialized proficiency in reprographics, imaging/scanning, electronic discovery, ASP services, computer forensics, and sales management. Phil has managed, consulted and engineered solutions for a variety of large litigation and investigative matters, including pharmaceutical, industrial, technology, construction and FCPA.
This week's sponsor:
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It's December giving month at That Tech Pod:
This week's charity:
Support the expansion of Tsharka Elementary School to serve all the children in this Tibetan village located in the remote Himalayan region of Dolpo, Nepal. Currently, the school is filled to capacity with 60 students. There are 120 children in Tsharka Village. New classrooms are being built and more teachers must be hired. The International Community Development Foundation seeks money to complete four new classrooms, repair the existing school building, and pay salaries for three new teachers.